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Old 10-16-2009, 12:47 PM   #1
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Nst Pulley

Ok well i bought a nst crank pulley and recived this with it lmao.

Has anyone else recived M&M's also? I think its pretty funny.
But i also got this so im good.

And im going to buy all the other pulleys and will be updateing this thread. Hopefully i get more M&M's..
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haha thats bada$$ they gave you a pulley with your order of m&m's hahaha
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make sure to buy each one separate so you can get more snacks!!!!
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Old 10-16-2009, 12:59 PM   #4
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I belive they include a bag with every purchase.
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Dammit:

I need to call Mike and or Shane: Im due two packs of MnM's

The new Power Steering pulley is out. Cant wait til I redeploy... My avatar should spell it all out
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Old 10-16-2009, 08:09 PM   #6
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Lol okay i was wandering why i got M&M's lol but its cool. At least i got something to snack on while i put it on lol.
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Old 10-18-2009, 06:18 PM   #7
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Well, i think i screwed in the pulley holder bolt to much and it now my crankshaft seal in damaged and leaking oil... So now i have to buy a new seal and fix it.
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Old 10-18-2009, 07:47 PM   #8
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And how did yall not damage the crank seal when you put the two bolts in? They line up right under were the seal goes and it pushed it in and up. But i sanded it down real good and put some jb weld on the outside were it took a little chunk out. And then im going to sand it down some more to get it as good as i possibly can. Then put the new seal in refill the oil and check for any leaks.
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Those bolt holes aren't meant to actually pull the pulley in the way you did. They have two purposes:
one- to keep the pulley/crank from spinning while you remove the crankbolt
two- You only screw the bolts in far enough to use one of these

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Those bolt holes aren't meant to actually pull the pulley in the way you did. They have two purposes:
one- to keep the pulley/crank from spinning while you remove the crankbolt
two- You only screw the bolts in far enough to use one of these

Thanks for the reply, but the pic you posted is a pulley puller that is used after the main 22mm bolt is removed. I was able to remove the pulley from the crank easy with my hands. I needed a method to stop the rotation of the pulley when I torqued the 22mm main bolt loose. I now figured a beltstrap or homemade tool may help me in this. I used an impact that had 150ftlbs on it but it never budged. Maybe a larger impact lol. Any ideas for when i install the nst pulley?
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Thanks for the reply, but the pic you posted is a pulley puller that is used after the main 22mm bolt is removed. I was able to remove the pulley from the crank easy with my hands. I needed a method to stop the rotation of the pulley when I torqued the 22mm main bolt loose. I now figured a beltstrap or homemade tool may help me in this. I used an impact that had 150ftlbs on it but it never budged. Maybe a larger impact lol. Any ideas for when i install the nst pulley?
That is one purpose of the holes in the pulley, to stop rotation. Put two bolts in the holes, make sure they don't extend behind it too far. Then you use a bar or extension place between the bolts to stop rotation as you torque it down. This pic is of a 3.4L pulley. You can fab up something similar. I have found that strap wrenches don't hold the pulley tight enough when you torque the crank bolt down.

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Does anybody make pulley's for the 2.7 4 banger?
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Yeah take it from sockmonkey and myself. DO NOT buy the alt pulley. It's not worth it and will probably overdrive your alternator to the point that it breaks itself. And if you can actually get the alt pulley off to begin with... Get the water pulley though, it's worth it, as the truck seems to accelerate smoother...
or, if you have to have one.....buy mine
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are they difficult to install?
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are they difficult to install?
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No... It should take less than 20 min. the Alt pulley is a little harder. I just pulled the alternator out. Used an air rachet to remove and replace. Slapped the Alt back in. Hardest part was driving over to the shop to borrow the air tool...
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